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Hawaii’s Savannah Gankiewicz Named Miss USA 2023

Savannah will be Crowned in a Ceremony on Wednesday, May 15 in Hawaii

Miami, Florida [May 9, 2024] – The Miss USA Organization is thrilled to announce that Miss Hawaii USA Savannah Gankiewicz is Miss USA 2023. She will be crowned in her native state of Hawaii in a celebratory coronation on Wednesday, May 15.

THE CW NETWORK ENTERS EXCLUSIVE MULTI-YEAR AGREEMENT TO AIR MISS USA AND MISS TEEN USA PAGEANTS!

The 73rd Miss USA Pageant to Air Live on The CW Sunday, August 4, 2024.
Miss Teen USA to Air Thursday, August 1 2024.

“April 25, 2024 (Burbank, CA) – The CW Network today announced it has entered an exclusive multi-year broadcast partnership with the Miss USA Pageant and the Miss Teen USA Pageant…”

THE 73 rd MISS USA PAGEANT will air live on Sunday, August 4 (8:00-10:00pm ET).
Additionally, the companion pageant, MISS TEEN USA, will air live on Thursday, August 1 (8:00-10:00pm ET).

MAKE AN IMPACT

Represent your community and have the opportunity to make a life-changing impact!

Are your sights set on the stars? Well get ready for more than you could ever dream of, all wrapped up in the life-changing experience that is Miss USA.

Step onto the stage that can pave the way for the rest of your life as 51 women from across the nation vie for the ultimate title of Miss USA. This is the coveted crown that inspires young women to claim their beauty and voice!

OUR INITIATIVES

Beyond the red carpet glamour and luxurious prize package, the platform of Miss USA is synonymous with giving back. Charity and community engagement are at the core of all that we do, so get ready to meet the people that make our work truly profound. From exciting fund-raising events, to heart-warming visits, and adventures in awareness, at Miss USA, each of our initiatives matter.

When I was crowned Miss Georgia USA, I never expected to immerse myself in the work, and the uncertainty, I encountered during my reign. Yet through all of it, I truly feel I came out a stronger, more intelligent, and appreciative woman. I grew steadfast in my convictions and expanded my network, including friends and mentors, that has since led to wonderful job opportunities! My crown allowed me to share my passions and expand on my initiative, #RiseUp: Impact Through the Arts. Although I didn’t win THE crown of Miss USA, I can’t say I lost in anyway as a person. My journey is just beginning, and I have the Miss USA Organization to thank for the bountiful opportunities that continue to present themselves to me and allow me to further grow into the woman I aim to be.

Alyssa Beasley | Miss Georgia USA 2020

Miss USA gave me community, strength, and a beautiful goal to work towards during a pandemic year. I am grateful for the friendships I made throughout this wonderful experience; so much so that my Miss Missouri USA, Miss Nebraska USA, and Miss Tennessee USA will be my bridesmaids this December! Competing in the Miss USA Organization has been one of the absolute best finishing schools for me. There is no better place to learn how to present yourself, hone in your interview skills, and learn to develop your brand. This competition has helped me grow my confidence and find my true voice. The key is to surround yourself with incredible people and get outside of your comfort zone; it is only then you can truly find your full potential. This is what my experience at Miss USA has done for me.

Monique Evans | Miss Florida USA 2020

Being Miss North Carolina USA has pushed me out of my comfort zone and connected me with incredible people across North Carolina. It has given me opportunities to make an impact by working with different charitable organizations. It’s a once in a lifetime experience and something I will always be

Jane Axhoj | Miss North Carolina USA 2020